Norwalk rejects a range of expenditures

Norwalk’s first full board meeting since the April election was a relatively subdued affair with barely a quorum present, as trustees Alan Neumann, Chad Marti and Kim Nofsinger were absent.

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    The David and Don Hall Farm northwest of Tomah hosted the annual Monroe County Dairy Breakfast on Saturday.

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